29.01.05

Really use CSS classes

Guess.. who knows?

You can apply more than one CSS class to an element, I've just learned.

Easy like <p class="firstup block"> .. </p>.

Not CSS3, but indeed nice to know.

Like Francois PLANQUE says:

> The wrong way to use this would be "bold italic red underline"

> The right way is more like "cellstyle firstcolspecifics" and
> "cellstyle lastcolspecifics"

> or in the calendar: "nopost today" or "hasposts today"

So, spread the word..

By Daniel in html / css2005-01-29 English (EU) Email

6 comments

Comment from: joschka [Member] Email
das wusst ich doch auch schon ;-)
2005-01-29 @ 11:52
Comment from: Daniel [Member] Email
Hätte ich mal gefragt.. :)
2005-01-29 @ 16:44
Comment from: claudia [Visitor]
claudiaund ich versuche noch immer den text zu übersetzen...
2005-01-30 @ 14:02
Comment from: ednong [Visitor]
ednongAber wenn das nicht der CSS-Spezifikation entspricht, dann ist der Button "W3CSS" unten doch nicht korrekt.

Oh, seh grad, da is gar keiner …
2005-01-30 @ 18:15
Comment from: Daniel [Member] Email
ednong, Francois meinte, es wäre vielleicht CSS1. Jedenfalls ist's valid CSS, nur eben nichts so tolles, wie alles was mit CSS3 kommen mag. Das meinte ich.. :)
2005-01-30 @ 18:59
Comment from: ednong [Visitor]
ednongsieht jedenfalls netter aus – wann gibts denn ne neue version?
2005-01-31 @ 00:31

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